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Humanity for Horses

 

Mount Shasta, CA

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Humanity for Horses

Physical Address:
Mount Shasta, CA 96067 
EIN:
27-4116043
Web URL:
www.humanityforhorse...
Leadership:
Mr. Aleck Roberts
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Basic Organization Information

Humanity for Horses

Physical Address:
Mount Shasta, CA 96067 
EIN:
27-4116043
Web URL:
www.humanityforhorse... 
NTEE Category:
D Animal related 
D20 Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) 
W Public, Society Benefit 
W24 Citizen Participation 
Ruling Year:
2011 
How This Organization Is Funded:
Board of Directors - $90,214
Private Donations - $169,675
Grants - $25,500

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Mission Statement

Humanity for Horses is a 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to rescuing horses from slaughter, abuse, neglect and abandonment providing them sanctuary for the rest of their life. While rescuing horses, we also free the other animals that have been imprisoned with them in the abusive or abandoned situations. We do not adopt out these horses. Because the animals have experienced such abuse and neglect, we are devoted to giving them top quality nutrition, traditional and non-traditional medicine, and endless hours of love and comfort.


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Program: Thoroughbred Facility Expansion

Budget:
$44,000
Category:
Animal Protection & Welfare
Population Served:
None
None
None

Program Description:

Off-Track Thoroughbred (OTTB) Rescues - Develop additional accredited level facilities and in-take Off-Track Thoroughbred horses.

Program Long-Term Success:

Program Short-Term Success:

Added capacity to provide long term care to an additional 20 Off-Track Thoroughbred horses.

Program Success Monitored by:

Success is monitored through our partnership with CARMA (California Retirement Management Account) for Thoroughbreds and Dave Stillian, DVM.

Program Success Examples:

Program: Equine Treatment Center

Budget:
$100,795
Category:
Animal Protection & Welfare
Population Served:
None
None
None

Program Description:

To provide the level of care and treatment we expect for the animals rescued and in sanctuary at Humanity for Horses, we must add an Equine Treatment Center on site. Funds raised will provide for the conversion of a building to the Center, medical equipment, horse stocks, medical barns adjacent to Center, and treatment supplies. The ASPCA awarded a grant for this program on 8/12/13.

Program Long-Term Success:

As the animals in sanctuary at Humanity for Horses are residents for life, long term success is directly related to the continued rehabilitation and health of our rescued and retired animals. The ability to effectively handle medical needs of our animals is the greatest measure of long term success of this project to build our Equine Treatment Center. The Treatment Center must be able to handle treatment of injuries and illnesses across a range of large animals and ages from very young to elder, as well as long term recovery to health for rescued animals.

Program Short-Term Success:

The Equine Treatment Center is opened before winter 2013 and fully functional for any acute needs of animals in Sanctuary. This phase of development includes digital imaging equipment, two medical barns constructed, main Treatment Center room infrastructure complete (including flooring, horse stocks, plumbing and electrical) in a controlled area on the Sanctuary.

Program Success Monitored by:

Success of this project will be monitored by Dave Stillian, DVM.

Program Success Examples:


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We take a stand every day to not accept abuse, slaughter and neglect of horses or the animals that live with them. In the two years since we formed, we have intervened and rescued from harm eighty-four (84) horses and eight-two (82) other animals including mini-horses, donkeys, llamas and goats. We are truly devoted to giving our animals top quality nutrition, traditional and non-traditional medicine, and endless hours of love and comfort. Every animal rescued has experienced tremendous improvement. Anyone visiting the animals immediately senses the gratitude they have for their new life. That is the direct result of the heartfelt work of our staff and volunteers. We could not be happier with the care and consciousness that has been placed on saving these animals.
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